Alan Cheuse Alan Cheuse reviewed books on All Things Considered for more than 30 years. He died on July 31, 2015 at the age of 75.

Written In Secret Behind The Iron Curtain, 'Corpse' Is Revived

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Three Books Alan Cheuse Thinks You Should Read This Winter

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'Permanent' Shows Ordinary Americans — And Pets — Facing Life's Challenges

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'Long Day In November' Back Again After Long Time Gone

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'Red Sky In Morning' Mixes Forceful Language And Powerful Story

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'Gate' Opens To Bloody And Raucous 17th Century England

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'Double Life' Depicts A Norman Mailer In, Yet Not Of, The World

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A Coming Of Age Story For The (Ice) Ages

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Tom Clancy poses next to a tank in his Maryland backyard. Though he never served in the military, his books were renowned for their detail. AP hide caption

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